Ed Annunziata is a producer, designer, developer and entrepreneur. He has developed games and software for children of all ages on his own and with Sega, Sony, LeapFrog, NOKIA and others. Ed is also a consultant to noun's STEM affiliate Pale Blue Dot Ventures.
Fred Campbell is a serial entrepreneur. He has launched several start-up’s including one of the first successful online ecommerce sites, eGreetings. Fred is co-founder of TRAC, an AI technology platform that identifies startups likely to achieve their third investment round.
Carly Costello is a credentialed K-6 educator with 15 years of experience. She has led school site initiatives as Technology Coach as well as written training manuals for a large technology company. Carly is committed to the effective integration of technology in the classroom.
Jad Dunning is COO of Common Sense Networks. He has co-founded several successful venture-backed technology businesses that resulted in successful exits to Microsoft, Intuit and others.
Arik Ehle is a successful 20+ year animator with Pixar Animation Studios. He is an avid sculptor and painter, working on large one of a kind pieces for his personal brand Wild West Side.
Linda Evans is an executive producer with former leadership positions at HBO, Arista Records, Turner Networks, AOL and Time Warner Cable. She has been recognized with 40+ industry awards, is a member of the Producers Guild of America, Co-Chair of PGA Women’s Impact Network (WIN) and is a member of NYWIFT.
Adrien Lopez Lanusse is a strategic advisor and leader in consumer insight, design innovation and business strategy. His expertise includes tech, entertainment, financial services and consumer-packaged goods. As Netflix’s first VP of Consumer Insights, he built and led teams to uncover insights, attitudes and behaviors that served to improve competitive advantage.
Jenny Martin is a Senior Producer with EA. She brings a rock-solid understanding of 'gamification' from her experience in game design and development working with leaders that include Sega, Zynga and Telepictures (Warner Media).
Dr. Carmel Murphy is a pediatric specialist focused on providing care and support to underserved populations.
Karen Mireau Rimmer is a poet and storyteller with television experience grounded in NBC's c-suites. She co-founded a company that created two hit Saturday morning shows and developed “Troubles The Cat", produced by the Sesame Workshop (CTW).
Laura Zimmerman is a veteran journalist and news anchor. Most recently, she led the Sonoma Valley Eduction Foundation as Executive Director.